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THE CAIRO BULLETIN.
ADVERTISING IS NOT only pub licity, but It force which stimulates really creates consumption of pro- dUOt -i-J YOUR AD VIRTMMMK IHT I yvwr pergonal card; sow year ward I Jsjaw' self, it la at essential that ywor a vertisement bo rleht a that yaw character, reputation, and appearance be correct. (TOLDHl XXXIX, NO. 242 CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 22, 1907 ESTABLISHED IN 1808. KIDNAPED III BROAD DAYLIGHT SPIRITED AWAY TO ST. LOUIS AND MAKES A DARING E8CAPE. FROM FLYING PULLMAN THOUSAND MORE MEN Young flcllis Chittwood of Springs, Ark., Possibly a Vic tim of Police Inspector!' Plot, Hot ARMY IT CASABLANCA GROWS IN STRENGTH AND SITU ATION HAS BECOME MORE ALARMING. Hot impel thoroui into it Sprluga, Ark.. Aug. 21. Kid In broad daylight on a public ;hfatv of Hot Springs, bundled waiting cab, handcuffed drug- Sent to Qen. Drude Moors Driven Back By French and 8panish Forces French Leave Fez Fearing Outbreak. CLEW TO MAIL TIFT F IN CHICAGO, SO POLICE CLAIM, IN FORM OF BULKY PACKAGE. Shipped to That Place Soon Aftei- Robbery Postoffice Men In Lincoln Refuse to Talk. BALL GAME SCORES SPENDING MONET Cleveland Taker Two From Wash innton and 8ox Win One Minor League Notes. National League. At Be Jton Huston 7 Pltssburg 1 FOB WAT MS "BAD MEN" AND NOT STRIKERS Batteries Pfaift'er Willis mid Gibson. and llrown; Casablanca, today before Joined the Aug. 21., thls town -The arrive of new col- gred and spirited away to St. Lor Is there to make a thrilling escape from j Casablanoa, has rendered mora l.J-S A .... .i 1 ... in" i i meriuuB captors py leaping ions tin riom a swiftly oving train, were the melodramatic experiences of Rellls ciiitwood. a former goverimient em ploye, who disappeared from here Sunday afternoon, via solution of the mysti ry w as had r.'itil a message ar rived from St. Louis today telling of the appearance there of a suspicious looking person wearfng handciifTs who said he had been drugged In Hot Springs, Ark., by two unknown men. BOd that after drinking something in Chicago. Aug. 21. The local police mo working on a clew in cnnnct-i on with the mail robbory of 1250,000 Sun day night on the Burlington Railroad. A bulk package was mailed to Chi cago from a point Bear Denvei short !v sifter the robbery The notice lime uiuns of waring tribesmen who havoWwo ,,, , .",,, t ,i,, ... tray of fanatics beaiegihg addressed and say he is such a person in,'. . as would be chosen as an tntermedi- problem undertaken by ary tor thlms' Franca and Spain to restore order. MEN REFUSE TO TALK. Cen. Drude has had a conference Lincoln, Neb., Aug. .-Aceoraig with Vice Admiral I'hilibet, who tele to the railway postal officers here th At New York ! New York Chicago Batteries Taylor and Hresnahan. and IS '4 Kllng; IG 1 Ann s SURVEYS COMPLETED FOR THE THOUGHT GUILTY OF ATTACKING AS O M . CANAL FROM LAKE ERIE TO OHIO RIVER. Several Great Canal Schemes Pro jected to Facilitate Water Trans portation at Cost of Many Millions. POSTAL TELEGHAPH OFFICE IN ARIZONA. American League At St. Louis St. Louis N( w York Batteries Howell, Stevens; Chosbro and Pelty Klleuow, a:l,i Pullm Jumpe (Ireat slmu!t' that th with then he ioss until he n ii berth, ami from the fast which he could fact that thre b who had registered at Northern hotel disappi ueoinly with CbltWOOd, In hi hal lost wakened that he train to escape not Imagine. postoffice in- tile ired ami graphed to Pari are absolutely tectum of the at reinforcemenls m cesaary for the pro-town. amount of money postal car on the Thursday night wa: at hist rumored, or stolen from the Burlington hist not $2511,000, ' as inythiag like that I 'a i 1000 eng. NEW MEN. 21. The government tt ruction to Gran, Algeria. 1000 men to reinforce the neh force at Casablanca. Bum, just mi in ford, a sea but the authorities refuse to what the amount is. That appeared at or near At Cleveland Cleveland Washington Batteries Leibhardt and Olarke, (ihcring and Block. 0 13 1 7 Be Washington, Aug. 21. Never be fore in the history of the United State has there been such activity, jboth by the federal govenmi Tit a el the individual states, in the deVe'op meat of waterways. The cruotry la IrnteajQg (ii an era rf canals n- v r i equalled in the western hemisphere. The activity reatt'ts from two ca sea', ! the effeets of w hich have b Operators in Chicago Will Not Strike Strike Become a Matter of Endurance and Test of Finances. SUDDENLY ENDED NEXT FRIEND DECIDES TO DROP 8UIT FOR ACCOUNTING IN BIG ESTATE. LONG DISTANCE 'PHONE NOTHING TO BE GAINED l. os Angeles, Cat, Aug 1 ( its from Ashfork, Ariz., 21. Re- Son Consents to Withdrawal of Ac tion Question of Christian Sci ence Leader's Competency Undetermined. Concord N. II., Aug. 21. The (a- where the I n,ou BU't m 0luRy brought on March p,,, -,., , ... il last by George W. Glover, son of e.iii ehiil 'II eel II :illl J M 11 ' ',, ... Mis. .Maiy linker O. wqs nuncKcd Dy an armed mob Mon gol : v dia Neb., were sai the j Second Game Cleveland Washington Batteries Theirmai Smith and Shannon. n felt as California and Mnssachu Mlnneacta a id Texas, cause was found in the Mrs. Mary linker G. Kddy and others at next frlands." against Calvin s i.v night, say there has been no ns-jFrye and other, for an accounting i f wal of the trouble. Superintendent itn' llerfy ef the aged head of t.'le wis rf the Postal company said t "dfly that he believes Rome local feanen" nspensible for the attack not the strikers. bn I a id and 1 17 Clark jenus'ly in i K Its as in J Th.' (Irst gross favoritism shown powerful ship- SMALL TO NEW YORK. pers by the railroads. Rebates and) New York, Aug. 21.--pn ' I I laiioii in me manor ot Small of the Commercial T imuwowg cars enanied the big cor Iraphers' 1'nion of America will noimion to uourisn at tile expense ot to New York next Kimdnv church, cane; to an e young man had been involved in a series of dlfflcaltles with them: that be has made on the witness stand Bcnnational (tiargos against cer tain Inspectors and officials of the lo cal po: Indict? nine ci trumpe cleared thes ( that hi toffb 1 up a In the thirsting fact llliil her wen ing, tin i blanca tl They semi-circ encircle ANOTHER ATTACK. Aug. 21. Taagfer dispatch t( day say that the Moors, for revenge and despite th" two thousand of their nm- C and that he has been 9 federal grand jury en vhieh he claims were nd of which h" was courts at I.itt'c Uoek ; nsid, rations lead to the belief abduction wus the work of special agents of the government a' though no new charges have been for malty lodged against the young man. "1 i him have what money he needs. Hera"10r gnrm nw gom, ... tho message sent to the Simmons Hai Iware company by Ham Williams president of the Williams Hardware eomnnav, lending concern of Hot Rorlnra afW Phltwood had amdied ' ',ar'1' to the former firm for money, to pay his fare home. Chit wood is at nresent. employed by Mr. Williams, who believes the vomer nan absolutely innocent of the Charge placed ngaihst him. "I be lieve him to he a victim of persecu tion and conspiracy," said his MB ptoyor, and I expect to stand by him. ChitWOOd charged on the stand In the federal court at Little Rock that a ii tain pestoffice Inspector and an otln r postal official had sought to force him to swear to n He in order to convict former Assistant Postmaster Sam McConnell of serious charges. The eaaea against McConnell failed. although he was ousted from his posi tion Chltwood was cleared 'of eight o( BiM charges against him in the lowe- Cnited States supreme cour,t. ".bib the one conviction was reversed in the appellate court. When the fed eral crand Jury convened again still BBOttMf charge was placed against him. that of perjury, which still hangs over him. killed In yesterday's In made an attack on lis, morning, rwooped down in a le, their intention b the town. They wi tight Cos i i great ing to re mot French ie war- is not denied, en route from The pa k Denver ti Chicago, and first noticed ford. It is deniei for of mails at Oxford. their w ben appears train I tliat there was from one car to a trajs a'lothe t Detroit treit ston llattcrhs Killlsn l'ruitt and Criger. I); and . 4 13 . . 5 13 Schmidt At Chk 1 NO CLEW AT Omaha, Neb., Aug no clew has yet been perpetrators of the sack robbery on the mail between Omaha with a heavy fire from th( and Spanish forces and from ships. Details are lacking. Official Information has been re celved by th' French government of the report Hint Mulai llaflz. brother or the Sultan, has been proclaimed Sukan by the natives In Southwest ern Morocco,. Great excitement pro vails in that section. The natives e- !i;ecf Muiai HajK to protect them from OMAHA. 21. -Absolut-'y obtained to the 1250,0000 mail Burlington fast tad Denver, A'- HAWLEY WILL PREPARE CASE AGAINST GEO. A. PETTIBONE PROSECUTOR OF HAYWOOD HAS RETURNED FROM TRIP TO HAWAII FOR HEALTH, WILL LEAVE FEZ. keabianca, Aug. 21. The French I 'affaires at Fez, fearing an outbreak of fanaticism against tho French, has decided that it will be prudent for the French colony at Fez to depart tomorrow. The French military mission will remain The other European colonies at Fez are showing uneasiness. The Maghzcn has given notice of its arilllugaea to supply escorts for the departing Hwopoans il needed. though Burlington railroad officials in Omaha, Chicago and Hem or dflaj any robbery took place, the postoffice 01 fleiala acknowledge that the lvgi-ttr-ed pouches have been Stolen. Fver.V inspector and secret service man Che west is working on the ease. in UNHEN LAW IN CORSICA 1 4 Philadelphia 0 9 Batteries Smith and Sullivan ilendsr and Powers. MISSION UNCERTAIN. Paris, Aug. 21. Official telegrams from Tangier say that it doubtful whether the diplomatic corps there will receive the Sultan's mission of thirty Moorish notablts. now on their way to Tangier from Fez. as the oh ject of the mission is not clearly de lined. ' The Sultan's mission lslooked upo i in official circles as a bluff to quiet the utitl for ign i-eiillmont. There has arrived at TaugP r 500 of the Sul tan's picked troops. Formerly they wen' under the command of Sir Harry MacLeall. The ( aids of Auflous, (iiiililour and Mogsdor are being implored by the fanatic Shick Maelalnlii to join in the holy wai against the foreigners. The fantic has i.oau fighters under his banner, who are thristing for revenge on the French and Spanish. YOUNG LIEUTENANT KILLED IN RESTAURANT BY LABORER WHO CLAIMS HE BETRAYED HIS SISTER. San Francisco. Aug. 21 J. H. Haw ley, ot Idaho, one of the attorneys for be BUH I ill lull tn the recent case of WllVaal 1 Haywood who was ac emitted on a charge i( conspiracy, re turned today from the Hawaiian lsla:n! where he went for his health. Hawley will go direct to Boise City to t-gin preparations of the rase against Geo V Pettilmne ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED. London Aug 21. -The eiigae. nient is annonnce,i of .Ml-s Helen Bothn. datiehier of General Ixmis Botha, premier of the Traasvaal. to Mr H lrlck Hofniewr de Waal. The pn fs-cttvp bridecrooni is a menib-r of the Knglish bar and : now nigace,l ui law practice In South Africa MISUNDERSTOOD ORDERS Tanglers, Aug. 21. 'Word Boaiea that the Spanish charge d'affaires Is much put out over the action of On (".alia Iiie Spanish commando-, ,ur lug th lighting Sunday at Casabla ua tl apcnrs that General Olalla took no part in the ocrations outside the walls of the town and used his troops In protecting Casablanca. Investi;a Hon has proven that the Spani- h commander acted1 under a niUund-r st-in,lng of his Instructions. The Punch charge d 'affairs has r celve, a letter f r -m Abdelkrlm Ben Sllnian il minister of foreign at fairs in wbib he ;.'i .-- tie- hep ' that Frane-e ami Morrceo will always remain Irieadly, and reiterating the condolence of tbe Sultan s go r i ment over the assassiuan. n- t ( .-i blatii ,t. Rome. Aug. 21. The court at Ajae clo, In the Island of Corsica, has been occupied for some days past with the trial of an "unwritten law" case. The defendant is a young man named Philippe Antonetti. a laborer, who hiot April shot and killed Lieut. Cemer d'Orth. The murderer succeeded in making his escape, but a week after ward gave himself up to the poli(e, saying that he did not regret what he had dole', for the lieutenant had ruined his sister. The latter i an 'at tractive young girl. 10 years of age who had been a waitress at an inn where the officers of the garrison were in the habit ol dining. The gpl absented herself from home one night and on hei return confessed that she bad hlon betrayed by the lieutenant Father, mother and brothers, after swearing to avenge the family hono", went in u body to tbe officer and told blm to choose between reparation and death. He treated the matte,' wit li contempt. Two days later th;' andetta was executed by the eldest brother, who shot tin? officer as he was in the act of lighting a cigarette In a cafe. Minor Learjue Notea. The first four tesms of the Thr-e "I" League have been traveling along recently with nn average of over .(loo. The Oklahoma, Arkansas and Ka i sas League will lini h the season with foUT teams, Muskogee. Bartlesville, 1 idepi iidence and Coffey ville. It looks as though the Springfield, Ohio, team will raise the Central Lea gue peiiiint next spring. During the last, Btans: of the Ileus- ton Toms League team at home they warn 2;; of the 2" uauix--iUav .j, , great, recoixl, . . .m.-i!W"SraiM nhUu fultvL Me Memphis team still looks to be strong enough to finish first in tbe Southern 1 vague race. The ( ottoii States League- is having a great race with live of the six teams bunched with an average be tween ..jiio and ,000, Johnstown and Reading of the Trl State Leajguc played a 21-inning game recently, Johnstown winning 1 to 2, "Bumps" Joins pitched lor John:-town. President Lucas of the Northwest ern League is trying to arrange a post season series of games between the pennant winner of his and the champion team lie Coast League. The veteran manager W. II. Wat I kins w ill once more take his place on the bench and pilot Ills Iudlauapo lis team. Je Gavin, who was bu-d n( ss manager of the first Boston Am erhan league team, will look utter I lie financial end. organization of the Pa d- CEN'L. OUSTERS TROOPS Men Vtho Firr,t Served Under Great Gcnerel in Civil War Hold Reurxon. Caiiandalgua. N. Y . Aug. 21 The first reunion ever held of the troops which served under General George A. Custer during the OMI War began here today and will continue through tomorrow. A number of the sunl. lag officers are here. Many havi co'ae tiuieiieii or line's in aiu-mi me r. ui ton and some have traveled half EX-SPEAKER OF ILLINOIS JOHN HENRY MILLER DIES IN 8T. LOUIS AFTER A TEN DAYS SOJOURN AT DIRECTION OF PHYSICIAN. St. Ixmis, Mo.. Aug. 21. Jokl Henry Miller of McLoansboro. 111., speaker of the Illinois bouse of repr seatatives died here last night at tV Washington Hotel. 17o was speiker Ol the lower house in tin; forty third general assembly In 19(13. H came here ten days a :o from f hieago. where he had been In con u nation with specialists. Millers death waa unexpected. While he had been 111 for many months il was not believed his demise was imminent. He is survived by a widow and thre children. His eldest st ii. it was said by acquaintances to night, will s.ssrtne charge of his father's Ixtnkiiig business at McLeans the small shipper. The people flna'ly arose, mid the result has been a de lude of federal and state laws which Cpnflici and cloud the situation, work ing hardships alike to the railroads snd tin Ir patrons. Tho second cause culminated in the freight congestion of last winter and spring. Whole communities in the northwest perishing because the rnil ronds eoeld net find the ears In which tO ha-tl coal to them, and farmers With their granaries bursting with wheat enable to purchase een the iicesslties ef lif because of tbe lack of cars In which to get their grain t ) eiail-et aVei'sed the country to the fact that the railroads bad not kept paeci aith Industry. Commerce had outstripped them and continued p i s pertty was Jeopardized. Then It was that the people BWpke the campaign In Ing waged by the Notional Rivera and Harbors oonsresi Tlds organization hail foreseen these conditions. It had been declaring for 'lY,',' Ul net only would de 'ogically settle the rate question, hut (Sal the railroads were rapidly rearli- inir the stage when they would be n' h lately unable to handle the freight ol the country. The result was that In nation swung with 'nthuslaatli mergv into the work of rehabilitating Its rivers and of building canals. Surveys have just la en completed for the canal from Iake Hrie to the Oiiio (Iver, When the waterwav is Completed it will be possible for lake vessels to carry ore direct ironi l.nke Superior to the great turneeea In the Pittsburg district and to trans port coal from the western Penusyl vanin mines to upper lake ports. Florida has lot the contract for n (anal from Jacksonville to Key West, a distance of 500 miles; it is to he finished in five years and Is to cost il0OfjJ0O. New York has approved n bond lss"" of $100,000,000 for the Kile canal; the state of Washington Is Consider lag the appropriation of $8, 000,000 for the construction of a ship canal I) feet deep to connect tho waters of Puget Bound and Lake Washington, ami Massachusetts Is about to have a ship canal cut across ''ape Cod, which, when completed, will permit vessels plying between Boatoa und New York to take the "in side route" all the way. There are scores of other projt-cts Mthaf undre way or being carefully considered. There is the deep wat' r way from tile Lakes to the Gulf, the Hennepin canal in Illinois; the canal being constructed in tmisiana which will open up the rich lumber district and the movement afoot to const net n greater and more wmprehenslve canal at Sault Ste. Marie because of the enormous increase in lake ton nage. The National Riverx and Harbors congress hppi s to impress upon the national congress the necessity for appropriatl ig $., i O'O.n Ml a year to (ontlnue the work on goeinui nt contracts. Captain J. F. Klllson ef Cincinnati, its Herniary, is urging shipi-crs and comniunltb s to become numbers so that the prestige of the organization may be Inerea; ! and 'ts power for effective work be ma le more K)tent eg enmc and take personal charge of the strike strong-i hold lu re. The announcement, whtch , was made by Deputy President Percv Thomas, was greeted with chews by the strikers, who showed as much de t( rminntloii today ns they did on the day they deserted the Western Union and Postal offices in a body. Although the companies' officials iaud the local strike leaders have re Trained from arbitration suggestions .It 's net unlikely that a move to scttl the strike will follow President Small's arrival. National arbitration xperts. Including r resident Gomrers of the American Federation of Labor, and Commissioner Neili. will likely he in ,K'. w York by tbe time President Small comes from the West. This is the natural place for a lole graphlc peace conference, as the only eflP la's ( f the telegraph companies Involved have their offices here President Small would have come to New York Immediately after Issuing the strike order had there been any VW'dMtcJWliiv,1; tUl'.wMwOlftwJJi en both sides, It was deemed wiser for hltu to boning hly belld vp tho strike In the west before coming here Companies Crippled. The situation of the telegraph com panics in this cltv Is well Illustrated by the declaration of one of the Wos ern Cnlon traffic chiefs, who said tie day: "11 the operators can hold out an other week or ten days they will have tie- eonipaiileb beaten. All the liest operators aro ot and they are MM ded to an the wires. The officials say thev are glad to be rid of most of the strikers as they are 'iindestrables.' Well, they have very little but 111 desirables' working the wl.es now. Double pay Is all that keeps them at work. The company has raised the pay of all chief operators to $25 per wek and are paying us $50 per weeh during the srike. If the union leaders had only waited a short time tiny world have had nearly all the chief operators out too'" The Postal Telegraph company's officials have made several apsals to strikers lo return to work, admitting frankly that the company was bully In i d of men and it was reported to day that the company had already male preparations to provide tytie writers for Its oerators. thus grant Ing at least one ot the demands of the strikers. Christian Scionc abrupt end today. Immediately after opening of court in the continued hearing regarding Mrs. Biddy's competency before Jmlge fcMgnr Aldrich and co -masters, Wil liam B. Chandler, senior counsel fur the "next friends," announced having filed a motion for the dismissal of the suit. This was the second day of the see. end week of the masters' hearing upon the competency of Mrs. Eldy. I'pon the masters taking their seats. William K. Chandler, senior counsel lor the nevt friends addressed tho OUTBREAK AT CHICAGO Associated Press Declines to Any Concessions to Men. Make MRS. TAFT'S CONDITION PANIC CAUSED. Tangier. Aug 21. - A rennational in cldont wi urred duHng the oiebra tion of the noonday prayers at the (Grand Mosque at Fei yesterday. Th Soj.iu r suddenly -.hooted Mm Al lah nndr onr master Moutat) Mo j haaimed victorious " The Mohammed . Fi.. T..fh u,n Rr.wn ' " """" ("o,ner anu as a pro. . it has l..n found that false teeth ! proclamation of s ne w Snltan H were us-l by the people who liv4 I th Snltan liv is a 100 R. c. Tee teeth were aaa4e 4 j tr'iiH-'nl signal lor rt vrrfution t. Ivory and fastened to aa Ivory plat j lh tail fife I who wre at pryrs aid! by means of a gold wir- tn' Bed to the streets. creeUng 3j - jgnral pank. i way ai a inr coniineni ro tais overij the hapix uinss of war days and :oj Mrs mier was not here when her Mn again in tbe songs of the ram;i j husbaad lied. She was at MrUans Promiaenl among the veterans and gn,. rft there tonight for 8t other participants in tb gatherlrt Lon8. are Gn. James E- Gilson Gen. E. W. j , Whlttaker and Gen. M. B. Blrdseye of I According lo Henry Taft. a Brother of the Secretary, Has Been Exaggerated. Chicago. Aug 21 - There will be no strike of the long distance te'ephone men. This afternoon the American Telegraph company signed an njnv ment einplovinu union operators at an Inrr -ss" of 10 to II tier cent and recognition of the eiht hour day. ImiKirtant deveh.pmcnts markivlthe lej. graphers' strike today. Most In te rest Ing was the Indication that the lallroad telegrapher uiigbt ! forn-d tc jfdn the walkout. This ce nditlon was brmiaht ,'out by the announcement hy General Riijx rlntendent W. I. Capn of the Pc.Mal Telegraph comianv who said that his onipan had resumed tele graphic rommiinicatlon with all polntn n Canada At union he-sstqitartcrs It as saei tnai it nnx wen ime h "May It please the' court, It will doubtless be n relief to the masters to be Informed tt the counsel for the next friends have this day filed with the clerk ef the eo-irt a motion for the dismissal ' f the pending suit and that they herein- withdraw their appear nnce before the masters without osl: Ing from ('-em any finding upon th uuestlon "hmitted to them by Judg l Chamberlain. "There are many reasons for this Ration. The principal one arises; f rem i consideration of the unprotltable less of any lnimcdla'e result of a de dslou iu e-r favi r upon the exact N sue as now framed; compared wilt the burdens und disadvantages to tro endnred by us. both before ami after such a decision. altruistic in its natvre and not. a single dollar of the large fortuu whose existence Is disclosed, or which might lie enlarged in ce'tisequ tir" f thlR suit, rn i t'ecome1 at this tini" th i nroperty of the net friends. The-: are also reasons soutinicntAl in their character, overcoming the strong de sir" of the next friends to prove th" lads mid vindicate the reasons u ki i which 'he suit has been bused wh'ch however, is now herein dismiss -d " Mr. Streeter, counsel for Mrs E l I '. at once presented a motion Oat the masters proceed with the hearing and determine her competency to man if her business affairs, which was advo cated Suit Commenced in March. The suit which has terminated so suddenly wus commenced March 1 lost, when papers were filed In the superior court of Merrimack county. It was alleged that Mrs. Eddy was. and for a long time had been, in competent to ransact business or un derstand transactions conducted ti lien name or in connection with her property. This allegation was mad" l.y her son. George Washln.t n Glover, of Dead wood. 8. D. Mr. Glover, his daughter. Mary Baker Glover, and George W. Baker, of Bangor, Me., the only surviving nephew f Mrs Eldy, appeared in th" proceedings a next friends" of Mis Kddy. who mas the nominal plaintiff In the proceedings FINE OH JUL FOR OFFICIALS OF ELECTRIC RAILWAY IN CALI FORNIA BECAUSE OF FAIL URE tO PROVIDE CARS WITH FENDERS. ls Angel. d iu -I -Trill r Manager M( Millsn of the liuntlng'cn Kb , trie lire s of thin city was today lined $";' it .am ,aya in Jail for operating car without a fender A i .otonuan and ondurtor of a car uer, also fined P or lo daya hi JOHN D.'S FEE, th regular Brmy. tJovernor .Hughes j al en. Custer s widow are to i-w the' pr'--sion tomorrow. r-". New York'e Charities. Xew York ci'r ha? snore a ylums. hosncs. hesritals and organ i? a Bona for tbe reivf of hu:on suffering than any olht r "tj 'n th- ri; I '4 Chicago. 111.. Aug. 21. John Rockefeller recevod t7:!.'.r( from I'nited Stater as a witness foe n the for lag In the recent hearing before I Jed We Umdi in this city. Mr. Roe ke I f -ller has d-cided to collect this noouut and lie l to 1m- allowed t-n rents a mile for traveling one way anc ll.jo for itaess fee for one day. Milthury. Mass. Ang. 21 Heniv Taft made the following anmmnc me-nt today r -aardlng the condition ef his mother. Mrs. i.ouliia Taft. ' Th press n-rt in ngard to my moth er's condition have been almost ir- aiiabl eBjgseratevL ir.l. Polleving this a deputy dlS'Hrt might precipitate the nkc of railroad j ttorney. with a aqaad of police cum- r- rators. which is opp.4d b the arreting momrmen ann ct .nn torx ot car not proj riv eipiipi i with fenders. Bgiht men were ar retted and admitted to ball. The cttjr mdinance provides that certain fend crs must b. Her cond: has be n - re us for four e V -H bow. but at present she . ts t ing gn-und and the family hope ahe will aoon recover. I eegraph r. The ('anadtin conne jtion of the Postal companv an- ncr I the wire of the Canadian I'aclflc rail road i The Associated Pre will not make anv agr"-ment ith the 'Hnmercial Td graphers- I'nion and will have i.ething to do lth the strih'ng o'rt. tor. Thi information wa received In hlcago to.iay hv President Small ', 'fiom a merob r of the -on. mtttee of , aw rater who held a eooferenee ta i,.iK iii. if ii' mi aawwa OFFICIAL DENIAL. The Hugue. Aug. Jl Curreot rw mor fnm the inn. r cm ! el the Hutch Court that Queen Wilhelmf ta ha bow well founded nope of a hap py event whkrh is kkcl for at the end of the year rot" to he without (Cooeluded on Slit Pagei foundation I Just An f jj-f" deeiai has